Oilsands bitumen prices in negative territory, analyst calculates

A financial analyst says prices being paid for Western Canadian oilsands bitumen have fallen so far that producers are losing…

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What B.C.’s LNG megaproject means for 2 proposed Nova Scotia facilities

Some see it as a signal of investor confidence in liquefied natural gas megaprojects. Others say it could edge out…

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Trump, Trudeau praise USMCA trade deal they say will ‘grow middle class’

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump are both talking up the benefits of a new trilateral trade…

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Shopify CEO says he can’t project demand for online marijuana sales

The CEO of the company helping to run online marijuana sales for Ontario and B.C. said he is unable to…

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Maxime Bernier’s new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis

In a phrase variously attributed to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, the United States and Britain are “two countries divided…

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CMHC says annual pace of housing starts slowed in August compared with July

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the pace of housing construction starts slowed in August compared with July. The agency…

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‘They’re less tied to religion’: Shift toward cremation causes shortfall in Saskatoon cemetery revenue

The City of Saskatoon is projecting a $1.1 million shortfall in its 2018 operating budget — and $700,000 of that…

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Facebook files patent infringement complaint against Blackberry in U.S. court

Facebook Inc. has filed a patent infringement complaint against BlackBerry Ltd. in a San Francisco court. The social media giant…

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Fed chair Jerome Powell signals rate hikes ahead if U.S. economy stays strong

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is signalling that he expects the Fed to continue gradually raising interest rates if the…

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Lower shipments of cars and car parts push Canadian wholesale sales down in June

Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 0.8 per cent in June to $63.1 billion in June. The report was in…

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